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    6 days ago · In the 19th and 20th centuries, baybayin survived and evolved into multiple forms—the Tagbanwa script of Palawan, and the Hanuno'o and Buhid scripts of Mindoro—and was used to create the constructed modern Kulitan script of the Kapampangan and the Ibalnan script of the Palawan tribe.

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    Adlam

    Adlam is a right-to-left alphabetic script devised by the brothers Ibrahima and Abdoulaye Barry, in order to represent the Fula language(Fulani). It is supported by the following font: 1. Ebrima(Microsoft Windows font, available in Update 1903 and later) 2. Kurinto Font Folio(11 typefaces that have “Main” variant fonts) 3. Noto Sans Adlam (direct download link), (GitHub link) 4. Unifont Upper Note: As of August 2018, this script is not being used on the Fula Wikipedia.

    Aegean numerals

    Aegean numerals were used by the Minoan and Mycenaeancivilizations. They are supported by the following fonts: 1. Aegean 2. Everson Mono 3. Kurinto Font Folio(9 typefaces that have “Aux” variant fonts) 4. Symbola

    Ahom

    Ahom script is a script used to write the Ahom language. They are supported by the following fonts: 1. Kurinto Font Folio(9 typefaces that have “Aux” variant fonts) 2. Noto Serif Ahom, a font made by Google.

    Romanian

    The Romanian alphabet contains an S-comma (Ș ș) and T-comma (Ț ț). These characters were added to Unicode 3.0 at the request of the Romanian standardization institute. As font support for these characters has been poor in the past, many computer users use the similar characters S-cedilla (Ş ş) and T-cedilla(Ţ ţ) instead. However, on Wikipedia it is recommended to use the correct characters with comma below.

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  2. Dec 30, 2021 · Jul 09, 2017 · By writing a Baybayin script in a piece of paper and placing it on a certain part of the body, one can channel the energy that resides in the said syllable. Other findings of Dr....

  3. Dec 30, 2021 · Dec 30, 2021 · Jul 09, 2017 · By writing a Baybayin script in a piece of paper and placing it on a certain part of the body, one can channel the energy that resides in the said syllable. Other...

  4. Dec 26, 2021 · The Philippines is inhabited by more than 182 ethnolinguistic groups,: 5 many of which are classified as "Indigenous Peoples" under the country's Indigenous Peoples' Rights Act of

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    Jan 11, 2022 · Philippine scripts Buhid, Hanunó'o, Tagalog, and Tagbanwa added. 4.0 April 2003 ISBN 0-321-18578-1: ISO/IEC 10646:2003 52 96,382 (1,226 added) Cypriot syllabary, Limbu, Linear B, Osmanya, Shavian, Tai Le, and Ugaritic added, as well as Hexagram symbols. 4.1 March 2005 ISO/IEC 10646:2003 plus Amendment 1 59 97,655 (1,273 added)

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